New programmable materials can sense their own movements | MIT News

MIT researchers have developed a technique for 3D printing supplies with tunable mechanical properties, that sense how they’re shifting and interacting with the atmosphere. The researchers create these sensing constructions utilizing only one materials and a single run on a 3D printer. To perform this, the researchers started with 3D-printed lattice supplies and included networks … Read more

Solving brain dynamics gives rise to flexible machine-learning models | MIT News

Last year, MIT researchers announced that they had built “liquid” neural networks, inspired by the brains of small species: a class of flexible, robust machine learning models that learn on the job and can adapt to changing conditions, for real-world safety-critical tasks, like driving and flying. The flexibility of these “liquid” neural nets meant boosting … Read more